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Vetus first

Complete systems supplier and thruster specialist VETUS has announced NMEA 2000® certification for its new CANverter gateway device, offering industry-first connectivity and communication capabilities.

The launch of the CANverter enables connection of the proprietary VETUS Controller Area Network (V-CAN) into the NMEA 2000 network, establishing integration of the company’s specialized V-CAN products, notably its BOW PRO thrusters and new E-LINE and E-POD electric propulsion, with other certified high level onboard systems in support of serial data networking.

Thijs Boegheim, Sales Director EMEA and Global Marketing Director, VETUS, said: “The NMEA 2000 certification for our CANverter is a landmark development for the company, confirming that VETUS is now among the marine electronics giants in the industry. With the trend for increased interconnectivity and unified control and monitoring, we are pleased to be the first company to offer new capabilities as the only supplier that currently supports thruster PGNs (Parameter Group Numbers) to enable NMEA 2000 data compatibility. Our innovative E-LINE and E-POD electric propulsion can now also be linked to the NMEA 2000 network.”

Exhibitor: VETUS

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